Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on January 25, 1978 · Page 62
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Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California · Page 62

Ukiah, California
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Wednesday, January 25, 1978
Page 62
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12—Ukiah Daily Journal, Ukiah, Calif. Wednesday, January 25, 1978 Sharla Porter begins her rule New honored queen installed "To everything there is a season, and a time to every purpose under heaven," is motto of the new honored queen of Job's Daughters' Bethel 106, Ukiah, Sharla Porter. The new president, installed Dec. 17, conducted her first meeting this month. Assisting her were Kathy McClure, senior princess; and Cathy Mathews, junior princess. Other officers installed in the December ceremonies were Donna Gein, guide; Lisa Hamilton, fifth messenger; Andrea Quinonas, fourth messenger; Chris Jackson, third messenger; Peggy Lee, second messenger; Debbie* Parducci, first messenger; Gaylene Klingbeil, chaplain; Stacy Fowler, recorder; Charlene Tibbet, treasurer; and Kandis Juettin, senior custodian. Women attending the in- SWEETHEART — Debbie Ornales will be honored by Theta Eta Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, as sweetheart of the year at a "Sweetheart's Ball" in February. She was chosen by her sorority sisters in secret ballot for her "pleasant personality, graciousness and poise." Dates to Keep Jan. 25 — LOOM enrollment, 8 p.m., Moose Lodge Hall, 1282 S. State St., Ukiah. Jan. 25 — "Planning for Local Study," League of Women Voters, 7:45 p.m., 932 Helen Ave., Ukiah. For information: 462-4808 or 4680691. Jan. 26 — Family Planning Clinic refills and pregnancy tests, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., 280 Main Street, Point Arena. Call 882-2991. Jan. 26 — Stake Scout Meeting, 7:30 p.m., Ukiah Ward chapel, 1337 S. Dora Street. Jan. 26 — "Planning for Local Study," League of Women Voters, 9:45 a.m., Home Federal Savings and Loan building, 607 S. State St., Ukiah. For Information: 4624808 or 468-4691. Jan. 26 — Community Blood Bank, 3 to 6 p.m., Senior Center, 495 Leslie St. Ukiah Grange obligates new members New members obligated by Ukiah Grange Friday were Gay Schefcick, LeRoy and LaNelda Gish and LeRoy Gish Jr. Obligation ceremonies were conducted by Erwin Koch. The fourth degree will be given Feb. 25 at 5 p.m. A pot luck supper will be served at 6. A candelight service was presented by Ruth Uischner, lecturer, for her program. A potluck supper preceded the meeting. stallation service each were presented a ribbon corsage, fashioned by Heather Hamilton, Sharla's aunt; Delila Yttreness and Sharla, herself. The new queen's colors of pastel blue, pink, yellow and green were featured. Vicki Mathews was installing honored queen, conducting the ceremonies with the assistance of the following past honored queens of the bethel: Sheri Wright, installing guide; Kathy Hugo, installing marshall; Teri Hugo, installing chaplain; Cheryl Dittus, installing recorder; Luayne Wright, installing senior custodian; Jeannie Starbird, installing junior custodian and Mary Ashford, installing musician. The installation ceremony opened with the entrance of Inez Lombard, bethel guardian; and Clark McConnell, Jan, 26 — Merrymakers singing, 1:30 to 2:30 p.m.. Silver Birches; and 2:45 to 4 p.m., Hacienda. Jan. 26 — Bingo, 12:30 to 2:30 p.m., Senior Center, 495 Leslie St., Ukiah; ceramics and creative writing 1 to 4 p.m.; community blood bank, 3 to 6 p.m.; cards and games, 7 to 10 p.m. Jan. 26 — Kosmos Garden Club, 1:30 p.m., Saturday Afternoon Clubhouse, corner of Church and Oak streets, U k iah. Program: "Geothermal Development." Jan. 26 — Merrymakers sing, 1:30 to 2:30 p.m., Silver Birches; 2:45 to 4 p.m., Hacienda, Ukiah. Jan. 26 — Orthopedic Screening Clinic, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., County Health offices, 890 - N. Bush St., Ukiah. Call 468-4461. Anniversaries, birthdays by WWI group Birthdays of Helen Barney and Robert Hollander and the 58th wedding anniversary of Earl and Elsie Hammel were observed last week by Barracks 1,000, Veterans of World War I, and Auxiliary. Luncheon was served at the Veterans Memorial building, corner of Seminary Avenue and Oak Street in Ukiah. Lillian Alberti, chairman of the luncheon committee, was assisted by Christina Moore, Freida Munson, Helen Smith and Lily Hinds. Four guests attended from Willits. McClures return from travel in motor home Darrell and Mary Alice McClure of 200 Luce Ave. Ukiah, have just returned from a month's trip in their motor home, spending Christmas with their son and family, the Robert Emmet Luces. Lieutenant Luce is now stationed aboard the USS Okinawa which is in dry-dock at, Long Beach. Janice Luce, his wife, is the former Janice Robertson of this city. Their three children, Sandra, Dennis, and Christine Alice were much enjoyed by the grandparents. The McClures then motored on to Las Vegas to visit Mrs. McClure's sister and family, the Owen Crawleys, and a girlhood friend, Mrs. Olive Wings society meeting on Jan.28 A veterinary from the Petaluma Lab will be speaking to the Redwood Wings Society Saturday on dietary care of poultry and fowl in general and diseases of birds. The meeting, which will be free to the public, will be held at 7:30 p.m., in the Home Federal Savings .and Loan building, community room, 607 S. State Street, Ukiah. There will be a question and answer period. Green of Henderson, Nev. Trips were made to all the surrounding areas of interest. Mary Alice returned home with many colored slides of lakes, desert and mountains to share with family and friends. Darrell sold his home at Brewery Gulch on Highway 1 near Mendocino the end of the year. Now the McClures are living n his great-grandfather's :iome, the Charles Luce an- cestorial home. The Rev. Charles Luce was a Methodist minister who settled here in the 1800's with three of his brothers: Warren, Joseph and George. They at one time owned a considerable amount of land in Ukiah Valley. McClure, a native of Ukiah, whose family were the Jamisons, is a retired cartoonist and artist - originator of Little Annie Rooney, which he drew for over 30 years. He now enjoys marine painting, which is his main interest. Mary Alice McClure is the former Mrs. Charles Henry Luce of this city, and was employed as dental nurse at Mendocino State Hospital for 21 years. associate bethel guardian. McConnell escorted Miss Mathews. The lights were dimmed as Mary Ashford played background music from the "Theme from Romeo & Juliet." Mrs. Lombard read the ceremony "Every Season." The officers each carried bouquets of flowers, made of cotton in the four pastel colors, surrounded by blending net and ribbon, made by Mrs. Hamilton and Lisa, Sharla's cousin. Each officer entered by walking through a triangle-shaped archway covered with tiny blue lights, which glowed under angel hair. They were seated in chairs which formed a triangle, where they remained as FtancineSelim, mistress of ceremonies, gave the welcoming address and spoke of the goals in Sharla's life. James Hamilton, Sharla's uncle, sang "Turn, Turn, Turn," accompanied by Mrs. Ashford. Later, while Sharla knelt at the altar, Hamilton sang "You'll Never Walk Alone," one of the honored queen's favorite songs. Sharla's mother presented her with her gavel and sounding block; and Don Porter, the honored queen's father, gave her a dozen and one red roses. A floral piece, like those carried by the new officers, was presented to Mrs. Lombard. It differed only in that the flowers were all pale pink. Following the closing ceremony, Kathy McClure presented the honored queen with a cuddly little creature resembling both a bear and a dog. This, the queen's mascot, Sharla immediately named "Peter." Salads served to guests in the dining room afterwards were made by each of the officers of Job's Daughters. Also among the refreshments were June "Cookie" Phillips' "famous" hors d'oeuvres and Linda Center's cheese balls A tiered cake decorated tht dining area. Beneath its top tier, miniature elves were arranged. On top was a ceramic swan carrying pastel colored flowers and net. The cake was created for the occasion by Margaret Daut. Ivy wreaths and uncandles were used- at the tables covered with pastel cloths. Christmas trees, one flocked, one old fashioned and one with pastel bows had been arranged about the room along with white poinsettias and other greenery. The newly installed officers served their guests. INTERIORS BY NATURE As Fresh And Natural As A Mendocino County Stream BASKET WEAVE CHAIRS SEA GRASS RUGS Scenic Murals—Bamboo Shades Natural Fibers For Home Decorating 509 South Stale St. V Ukiah •uotte 162-7305 Hours: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. New... and exciting in Ukiah! Til» p.m. Credit Cards Accepted 101 S. School St. Downtown Ukiah JOB'S DAUGHTERS — Sharla Porter, new honored queen of Ukiah Bethel 106, Job's Daughters, is flanked in the front row above by Kathy McClure, senior princess, left; and Cathy Mathews, junior princess, right. Officers in the second row, from the left, are Debbie Parducci Charlene Tibbet, Andrea Quinonas and Graylene Klingbeil; third row from the left are Lisa Hamilton, Stacy Fowler, Peggy Lee and Laurett Wright; fourth row from the left are Chris Jackson, Donna Gein and Kandis Juettin. — Photo by Mark Murdock. 270 So. School St. Downtown Ukiah 462-7667

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